Politics

The president tried to insult the House speaker with a photo. It's now featured proudly on her Twitter page.
The Senate minority leader said the president berated the House speaker when congressional leaders met with him to discuss his actions on Turkey.
President Donald Trump wrote a strange letter to the Turkish president advising the foreign leader not to be a "tough guy" or a "fool."
The energy secretary said Trump's lawyer offered debunked conspiracy theories on Ukrainian influence in the 2016 election, The Wall Street Journal reports.
The chamber could take up articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump as early as next month.
The former vice president and 2020 candidate accused the president of "running the most corrupt government in the history of the United States of America."
The president’s businesses made themselves appear more profitable to lenders and less profitable to tax officials. One expert calls the differing numbers “versions of fraud.”
Democrats and Republicans banded together Wednesday and approved a nonbinding resolution by 354-60 vote.
The Republican senator urged the president to "adjust his thinking."
Federal authorities say they took David Correia into custody Wednesday at Kennedy Airport in New York City.
The House speaker's White House moment happened on National Boss Day.
The president again made excuses for American Anne Sacoolas, who fled the U.K. after the crash that killed motorcyclist Harry Dunn, 19.
The couple's scathing remarks came at a Justice Department event marking the anniversary of a hate-crime bill named after their murdered son.
The former first daughter said she doesn't rule out seeking office, "but for right now the answer is no."
Two former Census Bureau directors said they were puzzled by the agency's request.
The answer is more complicated than the Democratic debates might suggest.
Fiona Hill told impeachment investigators of fears raised by Gordon Sondland’s naive actions, The New York Times wrote.
The Alabama Republican ended the latest quarter with just $34,000 cash on hand.
The strike will affect about 300,000 students in the country's third-largest school district.
They huffed and they puffed and, well, they’re still not standing up to Trump.